International digital players are targeting the 500-million strong Spanish-language market. Scary stuff for Spanish-language publishers, who need to prepare.
Steve Berman, the attorney suing Apple over price fixing e-books, says all current evidence is circumstantial.
A lawsuit filed in California today accuses Apple of price fixing related to its agency model. Damages being sought could add up to tens of millions of dollars.
Do the safeguards of traditional publishing offer significant advantages over DIY?
When you’re already talking about a $1 to $1.50 for a print book, can you go any lower for digital?
Based on the concept of scarcity, has the mass introduction of digital publishing validated and justified the higher price point of print books?
Chad Post, the publisher of Open Letter Books, explains why his company decided to sell e-books and price them at $4.99.
Neobooks, an online writing community launched by German publisher Droemer Knaur, is seeking out the intersection between self publishing and traditional publishing. By Amanda DeMarco BERLIN: Despite what the majority of the German publishing community might think, online author and reader self-publishing communities are not a new phenomenon in the country. Platforms like Epidu or Bookrix have allowed authors to post their …
E-book sales accounted for just 1% of the UK book market in 2010, but are expected to boom in 2011 — growth that might be offset by cheaper prices. By Roger Tagholm British consumers bought fewer books in 2010 than 2008 -– down from 344m to 339m -– and the amount spent fell from £2,341m to £2,183m. E-books accounted for …
On Monday, the European Commission investigated several French publishers for illegal e-book price fixing, this in a country with fixed book prices. Ironic, hypocritical…or merely confusing? By Edward Nawotka Yesterday we learned from a dozen news sources that on March 1 several European publishing houses were “raided” by European Commission officials in search of evidence of price fixing among e-book …